SkinDM Ratings and Customer Reports
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Average Rating: 1.00
Based On: 2
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Most Recent Complaint
SkinDM Scam and not worth the jar it's in
While viewing the infomercial about RejuvaGlow and SkinDm, the assurance of a two week trial sealed the deal. One would think the trial begins from the date delivered. I was not told differently.
After receiving the product, I tried it on myself with no noticeable results what so ever from the SkinDm.
I did not realize you had to call within 2 weeks, from the date you ordered not received. By that time my credit card had already been charged 89.41 plus the initial $3.95 enticement amount. So with less than a weeks worth of use, you have to decide if it’s making a difference and call to cancel.
I called and was on hold so long I hung up, but forgot to call back until after the 14 days. I then received another 1 oz jar and my credit card charged $95.36 this time. I called to cancel and was told that they could only return half of my money and there was nothing they could do to help me.
I told them I was filing with the Better business Bureau. They didn’t seem to care one way or the other. So for $144.01 I received two 1 oz jars of cream not worth anything.
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